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Use "uncongeniality" in a sentence
"Ursula laughed and I was pleased that the young are so quick to read uncongeniality as irony."
"Solitude is infinitely preferable to uncongeniality, and is bliss when compared with repulsiveness, so I was thoroughly glad when I got rid of my escort and set out upon the prairie alone."
"Originality ever links with it something of uncongeniality -- a feeling somewhat akin to the egotism of that one who, when asked why he talked so much to himself, replied -- for two reasons: the one, that he liked to talk to a sensible man; the other, that he liked to hear a sensible man talk."